Suddenly it’s come to light that Hillary Clinton may have had a stroke or two. She’s clearly quite ill. She’s got brain damage from some severe falls, she was/is an alcoholic, and she’s developed seizures/epilepsy. She needs help going up stairs. Someone with those kinds of problems is surely on medication – more than one.
She’s clearly unfit to be President.
Of course the media is covering up her physical problems and claiming they don’t even exist. But then, the media is liberal – and liberals always lie. And it’s Trump’s fault because Hitler!!!
All of this seems to be great luck for Trump.
I’ve heard luck described as the “intersection of preparation and opportunity.” I’m sure Trump knows all about the Hildebeast’s physical problems, and I’m sure he’s going to take advantage of them. Perhaps she’ll throw a seizure during their debates. That’d be the end of her.
Perhaps luck can be managed – sort of.
I know some serious gamblers who believe in luck. My father, after he retired, went on the gambling boat every week and almost always came home with $200 or $300. He played craps, which he tried to teach me but I had no interest.
But how did he beat the odds so often? I have no idea.
I know another guy who went on vacation riding his motorcycle. He funded his trip by gambling. I remember he walked into a casino in Vegas and walked out with about a thousand dollars. He didn’t make a living gambling but it was a lot of extra money. None of this explains how the Hildebeast happened to get sick at the right time for Trump. At least I don’t think it does.
If you’re a lucky person – however you define it – does luck just keep accumulating? After all, there is that old saying – “Nothing breeds success like success.”
I should be so lucky.